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  2. Yeah, that's what I was hoping for. With previous uefi I could boot android x86 fine so something isn't quite right.
  3. It should be better for Windows, not for Android, but good that you wrote it, I'll keep trying. I soldered SPI flash to CH341 again, so I can try it with myself. It is interesting that I can not activate HDMI as the default display, but according to the settings it should go, if it does not solve, so I can not try anything and the display in the Czech Republic can not get.
  4. Can boot android x86 to install but it won't boot thereafter so whatever you've done to the uefi file has not been for the better it seems. Will flash back
  5. Yesterday
  6. Id really like android working so I can give it back to my dad. Can't even boot a windows 8 image though now which is strange. Windows or Linux on the other would be great as I could probably use it as a sole display for a laser engraver
  7. I don't see any difference between them, but if you want a ROM on your tablet, you can try it if you want to ... Should I try to do something about it, or are you not interested in Windows on that tablet?
  8. I tried windows 10. Windows 8 should work?
  9. It is a pity that it does not want a boot, I do not understand what is there for other problems, but the BIOS is ready for Windows 8, I will not give up, I found HDMI switching, so I solder the cables to SPI and try to flash if I can HDMI as default. Otherwise, with the BIOS flash update, I didn't find anything about x86 / x64.
  10. Well, I put the 32bit 'BIOSUPDATE.fv' efi file extracted from the hudl2_ota_rel.android-build.20150529.110309_to_rel.android-build.20150803.092218.zip file into the EFI folder on the emmc and now it won't even boot at all from any source so it's clear to me that's not going to work. Will have to reflash the uefi again.
  11. Sorry, no go. Still getting ACPI BIOS ERROR bluescreen
  12. Super! I can't wait for the result
  13. I'll try that. Got nothing to loose at the minute! Seeing as your looking into bios's, I've extracted the below from what I believe to be an android 32bit efi. IT's a bios update but in a .fv format, not a .bin so I can't flash it! Can you see if you can convert it to a .bin? Thanks BIOSUPDATE.zip
  14. Can you please try this BIOS to boot Windows? Because I made a pretty important adjustment and it could work. Much please TAB Tesco Hudl 2 - Win.zip
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  18. That would explain why the image I got from the known working Hudl had only got 32 bit efi file, no 64. To which I then flashed a 64bit UEFI which is searching for 64 bit efi and OS. Me being an idiot didn't backup the original 32bit UEFI flash and then flashed with 64. Probably would have gotten away with it if I had kept a backup. Silly really as I've backed up everything so far, just thought they were the same. EDIT: Yep, checked build.prop on newer Hudl, was running 4.4.2. Damn, need a UEFI bin from a 4.4.2 Hudl.
  19. With the new version of Android on Hudl 2 was BIOS update - I found BIN for update. Therefore, it is possible that with 4.4.2 it had a 32-bit BIOS and with Android 5.1 it has 64-bit BIOS. The BIN update is named: Vlv_X64_RELEASE, so it may have been distinguished as X64. Just my theory. I'm working on UEFI Setup permission, or to change the Variable Android to Windows, I found a part where this change is possible, but I don't know much about it, it's my first. There is no Windows for it, but Linux is, it is similar to Android. It's a shame, I would want Windows there. And I also found the primary display item, but I don't know how to change it.
  20. Last week
  21. Does your bios mod affect the way it boots? I'm thinking flashing it back to original bios would restore it's functionality as it doesn't seem to want to boot from a 32bit efi.
  22. Yeah, I've now got 3 dead Hudls, the original, the dead replacement and the known working one. Figured I'd bios mod the known working, live boot ubuntu and grab an image of the good emmc drive to restore to the dead replacement. I've got an image and an image of the partitions but now the known working replacement won't boot. Which is annoying as it was a replacement for my father original broken one who's going to be really disappointed :(
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